Why Microscopy will Remain a Cornerstone of Surgical Pathology

Why Microscopy will Remain a Cornerstone of Surgical Pathology

In honor of Dr. Juan Rosai (1940-2020), a paper written in 2007. “Recent years have seen increasing predictions of the demise of conventional microscopy in patient care and investigative medicine. However, these predictions fail to recognize the power of...
Utilization of AI for Fatty Liver

Utilization of AI for Fatty Liver

Abstract: Quantification of fatty vacuoles in the liver, with differentiation from lumina of liver blood vessels and bile ducts, is an example where the traditional semiquantitative pathology assessment can be enhanced with artificial intelligence (AI) algorithms....
Enabling Technologies for AI in Toxicologic Pathology

Enabling Technologies for AI in Toxicologic Pathology

Augmentiqs Augmented Reality of Microscope Cited as Enabling Technology for Artificial Intelligence in Toxicologic Pathology The Society of Toxicologic Pathology Digital Pathology and Image Analysis Special Interest Group, consisting of toxicologic pathologists from...
Journal of Toxicologic Pathology

Journal of Toxicologic Pathology

New Technologies: Real-time Telepathology Systems—Novel Cost-effective Tools for Real-time Consultation and Data Sharing The availability of relatively inexpensive microscope-integrated telepathology systems now permits a much more feasible, cost-effective, and...
Japanese Journal of Toxicologic Pathology

Japanese Journal of Toxicologic Pathology

Utilizing Novel Telepathology System in Preclinical Studies and Peer Review In conclusion, MIT telepathology systems enables cost-effective and practical collaboration in biomedical research and preclinical studies without necessitating travel of pathology experts or...